Delivery: A mix of daytime, evening, and online courses
Start: Fall, Spring, or Summer; Full- or Part-Time
Human Services—Associate in Science Degree (60 credits)
Human Services Technician — Certificate (30 credits)
Human Services Volunteer — Certificate (16 credits)
If you’re interested in a career where you can work directly with people, you might want to consider Human Services. In this hands on educational program, you’ll learn about the challenges and the rewards of working in Human Services. You’ll have the opportunity to explore the attitudes, thoughts and feelings of working as a human services generalist and gain direct experience with human service consumers and agencies through internships and class experiences. Courses are open to new students and those seeking further enhancement of their skills in human services.
It is possible to transfer your coursework to a four-year college.
For more information about our programs, check out our program videos at century.edu/videos.
Articulation agreements provide students with educational plans that help them transfer into four-year colleges and universities.
Social and Human Service Assistants
Child, Family & School Social Workers *
Mental Health Counselors *
Marriage & Family Therapists *
* with bachelor’s and/or master’s degree
- Social and Human Service Assistants
Average Wage: $14.64
Top Earners: $19.89
- Child, Family & School Social Workers*
Average Wage: $28.77/hour
Top Earners: $36.99/hour
- Mental Health Counselors*
Average Wage: $22.70/hour
Top Earners: $33.35/hour
- Marriage & Family Therapists*
Average Wage: $25.70/hour
Top Earners: $38.55/hour
* with bachelor’s and/or master’s degree(seven county metro area - www.iseek.org)
Grade of C or higher in all Core/Career/Occupational courses.
Grade of C or higher in all specifically designated General Education course requirements.
Prospective students should be aware that a MN Human Services background study with no restrictions may be required for the internships.